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Armstrong - Answered a Question by Smith (28 Dec 07 00:05)

I would say most definitely, we sailed the med mid September and the temperature was still warm and on land in our ports of call still hot, so I would say dont worry.

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Smith - Answered a Question by Smith (28 Dec 07 13:24)

Thanks for your answer but my question was incomplete - I meant to say on deck in the evening?We have travelled to the med and Greece many times but not on a cruise, and I wondered if it became much cooler at sea.

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Green - Answered a Question by Smith (28 Dec 07 13:33)

During the day and evening in July will certainly be hot no worries about that, In the med you are not far from the coast in the evening as many of the cruises are stopping at ports nost of the days. Does not get much cooler at sea but I feel there is less humidity.

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Neil and Ida Down - Answered a Question by Smith (28 Dec 07 13:34)

There are times when storms are around that the temperature can drop but in July on the Med it is a superb idea to have a drink on deck, the bars will be open and the waiters pressing you to imbibe ....Id.

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Gadd - Answered a Question by Smith (28 Dec 07 18:33)

It was this last Septenber and for breakfast most days. Mar.

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carberry - Answered a Question by Smith (30 Dec 07 17:43)

Good question never thought of asking it we are booked on sea princess sailing july 19th from southampton perhaps you are too if so see you there.

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